Thursday, May 1, 2014

100 Thousand Russians Commemorate Workers 'May Day'

Approximately 100,000 workers on Thursday in Red Square parade for the first time since the 1991 Soviet split .
The parade took place to support the incorporation of Crimea to Russia . Annexation inimemicu wave of patriotism and improve the position of President of Russia Vladimir Putin .
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Rows of protesters , waving flags and balloons , marching down the field that became an icon of Moscow near the Kremlin building .

At the same time , union leaders gave speeches in front of them on the podium at the International Labor Day .
" Putin true " , " Proud to this country " and " Let's support our president 's decision " are the words printed on the banners carried by the demonstrators with a smiling face .

Moscow police said more than 100,000 people took part in the " march to the workers " in Red Square .

Since returning to the Kremlin for a third mandate in 2012 after massive protests against his rule which lasted for a decade , Putin has sought an increase in the support of the core constituents , the citizens of middle age and the Russian working class .

After the annexation of the Crimean peninsula belongs to Moscow to Ukraine in March , patriotism in Russia has experienced a surge . Support of the Russian people against Putin , president of those aged 61 years was also increased .

A new poll released on Wednesday by the independent polling agency Levada Center showed that 82 percent of respondents said they support Putin task .

According to union leaders , people who appear on the " May Day " to attend the protests across Russia to reach approximately two million people .

Over the past few years , Putin intelligently utilizing the Russians longing to the stability of middle age and status of the superiority of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ( USSR ) and even revive the Soviet -era symbols .


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